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Regional Meetings to Solicit Public Suggestions for
Options to Replace the 10% Cap <P>

The Arizona Game and Fish Commission, the department and its stakeholders are exploring options for creating and implementing new rules to replace the 10% cap on nonresidents.
Your ideas are important and welcome. You can provide those ideas and comments in one (or more) of the following three ways:
1. Submit a suggestion on our Web site ( ).
2. Attend the Game and Fish Commission meeting in Flagstaff on Saturday, Aug. 14. The meeting will be held at the DuBois Center on the campus of Northern Arizona University, Building 64, 2nd floor ballroom, 306 E. Pine Knoll Dr., Flagstaff, AZ., 86011.
3. Attend an upcoming customer meeting at one of our regional offices. Here are the meeting dates and times: <P>

Meeting Schedule <P>

Meeting Dates Time Location
8/3/04 6 pm – 8 pm Region I Office – 2878 E. White Mountain Blvd., Pinetop
8/3/04 6 pm – 8 pm Region III Office – 5325 N. Stockton Hill Rd., Kingman
8/3/04 6 pm – 8 pm Region V Office – 555 N. Greasewood, Tucson
8/3/04 6 pm – 8 pm Region VI Office – 7200 E. University, Mesa
8/5/04 6 pm – 8 pm Region II Office – 3500 S. Lake Mary Road, Flagstaff
8/6/04 6 pm – 8 pm Region IV Office – 9140 E. 28th St., Yuma <P>

<B>Agenda</B> <P>

I. Welcome, Introductions, and Meeting Process
· Welcome and Introductions
· Brief Meeting Process Description<P>

II. Meeting Overview and Purpose
· Overview of where we are
· Options timeline
· Overview of options under consideration by the Department, and
· What we are looking for from the public <P>

III. Meeting Process and Protocol <P>

IV. Group Brainstorming Activity <P>
· Group brainstorming activity to solicit suggestions for additional options<P>
Don Mitchell
Fisheries Program Manager
Arizona Game and Fish Department
555 N. Greasewood Rd.
Tucson, AZ. 85745
(520) 628 - 5376 ext. 504<P>
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